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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 19, 1954, Florence, South CarolinaPage 8 the Florence morning news Florence s. C. Tuesday morning january 19, 3954 farm Section edited by Joe Dabney to beginners camellia circular grabbed quickly by j. M. Eleazak Extension information specialist in August of 1952, Clemson published circular 377 entitled growing camellias As a Hobby by j. M. Napier county agent at Large from Darlington. That first edition of copies exhausted in less than a Ynar. Or. Napier revised it and a Pew run of copies was made last Juno. This popular circular is free to individuals in the state from your Juncal county or Home agents off ice. Group orders Are available from Clemson at Cost. With the wide interest that s be ing taken in this exotic Plant its rare Beauty and Grace will adorn More and More gardens in South Carolina As Lime goes on. This circular by or. Napier will lie invaluable to beginners and Sheri slide by All who have an in Terest in this Lovely Flower. With one Accord the agents Tell me that the county Poison really worked against flies last summer. They have the i directions for its use. Lindane too 1. Showing up Well. A painted tree Tomk is like a Pink elephant. Each looks so in Lia Tural. What would you want with anyway now i be never seen a Pink ele Phant. But i be seen tree trunks painted White. They look bad though out of place that Way. But they won t stay White. The tannic acid or something in their bark and leaves Soor. Makes Rusty smears run Down nver the painted part and you have 11 mess for sure. A Normal tree trunk carries Nat dral dignity and Beauty. Let s leave it that Way and not make it look artificial and Messy with i mint. I was off on a trip with Runch some time ago. The Day Hork had been finished supper been served and the group several had reached the wrestling Tage a group of four has started singing and two of pm wanted to fight. All of these had been apparently sensible men just a few hours before. At Home they had families walked in Good company and jobs and even went to Church. I can t understand All of that. Another fellow and i were uncomfortable there. So we wont to walk. Outside the Moon was full the air was Crisp and pure and the Frost crystals sparkled like Dia monds on the grass. Next morning there some red eyes two Black ones head aches and a lot of kidding. There was r responsible Day s work awaiting for each to do. And we All went off together. J sure do like this editor. He writes As you Are probably aware we utilize both of your columns in our newspaper. More often than not we use one of these columns on our editorial Page As a feature. This has met with the approval of our Many friends who look for Ward to your timely comments. In fact they become downright angry when for some reason we Are forced to omit your material thanks or. Editor. And Atta boy folks speak up for the old country columnist and i la keep on Corning. A 15 a of Good fertilizer is a sort of Power packed bomb of potential crop production. Add the necessary Good land seed and work to it along with insect and disease control and the needed water and you see the Miracle of creation come Forth in your Fields. That is the Universal lure that attracts practically every Man. Had been served and the group auranus As having a part up in a room. I whether he is a Farmer by Trade the bottle had found its rather i or not the average Man covets Ili gusting place there on the table a farm. Fra sweetheart of the Florence future Farmers of America chapter no. 1 was crowned last weekend at a chapter party held at Freddie Hewitt s Cabin. Roger Munnerlyn pres ident of the chapter put the Crown on Barbara Poston of Evergreen a Junior at Mcclenaghan High school. Runner up was Ida Ironson also a Mcclenaghan student. The sweetheart was chosen in a chapter wide voting Wilh 19 girls participating. M. P. Nolen is adviser of the Fra chapter. Morning news photo Marion county farm wins in finer farm contest selected As Marion Winner in conservation special to the morning news Makion Jan. 18 j. A. Lovell has been selected As the Winner of the finer farms contest in Marion county. The finer farms contest is one part of the finer Carolina contest sponsored by the Carolina Power and Light co. The farm contest is carried on by the Power company in cooperation with soil conservation districts in North and South Carolina. Purpose of this contest is to create interest and Competition in the conservation of soil and water which officials say is Basic to continued pros City As a county and As a nation. Officials said primarily our food clothing and shelter come directly or indirectly from the soil. Therefore they said every thing we do. All we share even what we amount to As a great people begins with and rests on the continued productivity of our locally the Marion soil Conser vation District supervisors selected Lovell As the Winner in this county. Supervisors taking part in the judging and selecting of the Winner were top prizes offered fat Stock show to be held Here March j6-j7 the 17th annual South Carolina fat Slock show and Sale will be held Here March 16-17, officials announced last night. A. I. Durant Extension Stock specialist of Florence said us hog and cattle Breed associations Are giving prizes for the Best individual animals in their partic ular Breeds. Ben Walpole a 4-h club Mem Ber of Charleston county exhibited the grand Champion steer last year. Pointing out that More entries Are expected this year than Ever before officials urged All Fra members. 4-h youths and other individuals to Start making plans to enter their animals in the Competition. Exhibitors must have Sll entries delivered to the show by noon on March 16. Judging will begin at 2 . The show and of the top livestock events in the state would be held again this year at the Eastern Carolina fair grounds. The sponsoring organizations Are the Florence chamber of com Merce the City county agriculture commission the South Carolina livestock association the Clemson College Extension service and the division of vocational agriculture state department of education. Prizes totalling s5g2 will be off ered in the beef cattle Competition and s378 in prizes will be offered in the Swine department. In addition Duhant said Van you Cam do it yes judged Sweet potato champs took time out for a photo Sun Day night As they left on their trip to Washington Philadel phia and new York. The Cham Pion team comes from Darling ton county with runners up coming from five other coun ties. Shown Here front Row left to Jimmy Bradham Lee county Ray Strickland Horry county Scottie Jeffords Darlington Francis Bryant dil Lon. Second Row Alton whet sell Orangeburg Clayton Flowers Willard Munn and Curtis Atkinson of Darlington county. Back Row Don Morris of Florence county Robert Wallace and Millard Munn of Darlington county. The Yam champs will be guest of the a and p co. On the trip. Morning news photo segregation ended Washington. Jan. 18 w vice president Nixon reported to Day that the Navy hns completed n program of incl no segregation at its shipyards. Grass booms in Clarendon by John m. Dukes or. Work unit conservationist Manning. Jan. 11 _ Here s an item that will make some people unhappy b. G. Alderman of Alcolu is plow ing up Lover s Lane. There is a Hill on the june Burn Road that Alderman is preparing now to go into coastal Bermuda this Spring. He is Only one of some 30 or 40 Clarendon county Farmers who plan to put in some of this hybrid grass with a record of amazing production of Hay and grazing. The Clarendon soil conservation District is again planning on get Ting group orders and bringing in necessary planting Stock. List year Farmers got enough to set 75 acres. A. D. Grainger county agent has again made arrangements to get a limited amount of formation coastal Bermuda grass roots. This has to be planted on land free of regular joint or Bermuda grass. Last year he secured enough for four acres of dry land belong ing to or. W. R. King. Or. King won a prize in the pee Dee pasture contest. Or. King reports he will need All he can dig for his own use. The tile season is in full swing again. Three carloads of farm Drain tile have been received this sea son. _ engineers of the soil conserva Tion service have checked and staked on quite a few jobs. J. Mcelveen of Turbeville has installed some Twenty five Hundred feet to make his Bays dry and East to work with machinery. Ballet scheduled Hock Hill. Jan. 18 Jose Greco and his Spanish Bullet com Pany will present a performance at Winthrop College feb. 2. The company which has toured the country and appeared on Tele vision is recognized As one of the top dance groups having received outstanding critical reviews both in the United states and in Europe. Both grand and Reserve champions will be announced in the Junior hog hog divisions for a single hog As Well As champions for pens of three hogs. In the cattle department both the Reserve and grand Champion steer will be named in the Junior and adult divisions. At . March 16, an exhibitors banquet will be held along area Outlook meetings slated agricultural Outlook meetings help Farmers plan objectively for the coming year Are scheduled throughout the pee Dee this week j. T. Lazar District Extension agent announced last night. Meetings were held in George town and Horry counties the Marion county Outlook meeting is scheduled in Marion at 10 a. M. Today while the Dillon county meeting will be held in Dillon this afternoon. The rest of the schedule Calls for a meeting for Marlboro county Farmers tomorrow morning in Ren Nuttsville. The Darlington county meeting will be held tomorrow afternoon in the Darlington county court House. Meetings Are scheduled thurs Day in Berkeley county in the morning and Williamsburg county Kingstree in the afternoon. Florence county s Outlook meeting has been set for 10 a. M. Friday in the agriculture building auditorium. The Lee county meet ing will be held Friday afternoon and the Sutter county meetings has been set for 10 a. M. Saturday. Scheduled to appear on the pro Gram will be District agent m. H. Sutherland Extension economist who will talk on the farm e. C. Turner Extension conservationist whose subject will be and j. M. Lewis Extension tobacco specialist who will give the latest tobacco information. County agents in the respective counties have urged their Farmers to take advantage of the meetings. They Point out uie need for Intelli gent planning to achieve greater profits during the coming year. Guidance conference Rock Hill Jan. 18 or. A thur e. Traxler executive director of the educational records Bureau new York City will be the Prin Cipal speaker at a guidance con Ference at Winthrop College feb. 2. H. 0. Worrell drive in liquor store 900 e. Chives St. Formerly 164 s. Dargan St. With a meeting of the South car Olina livestock association animals entered in the show will be sold at auction March 17. Cattle will be sold beginning at 11 . And the hogs at 1 . Entries into the show May be made through local county agents Over the pee Dee through Agri culture teachers and through officials at the show. Members of the general commit tee of the show and Sale Are j. W. Mclaurin general chairman j. T. Lazar and Lucius Tyler. Workshop slated Rock Hill Jan. 18 or. Esther Mcginnis. Professor of child am family welfare development a Ohio state University will conduct a workshop in family life Edu cation at Winthrop College june 28-july 17. The workshop is being sponsored by the sociology department in con Junction with the Home economics education division of the state department of education and Tiv Home economics department a Winthrop. Openings for Young men openings for Young men to go in training and also open Ings with Opportunity for rapid advancement for experienced men in grocery produce and meat departments to work with progressive food Chain. All of the usual company Bene fit such As insurance programs paid vacations etc., Are available. Answer care personnel manager Post office Box 564, Columbia s. C. Husbands wives get Pep vim feel younger thousand of couples arc weak worn out exhausted just by car body lat Kyj Iron. For new younger feeling after 40, try Tonio tablets. Contain Iron for rep supplement doses vitamins by and by. Costs Little. Get acquainted size Only at All drug girl. Marion county Winner in the finer farms contest j. W. Lovell of Gresham. Here s a shot of contour tobacco rows on the Lovell farm. The finer farm contest is part of the finer Carolina Competition sponsored by Carolina Power and Light company. Pcs photo Market Outlook said poor the red Pepper Market Outlook continues discouraging. R. Cum mings Brunson president of the Carolina Pepper Assn. Here said ast night. Brunson disclosed there is a tremendous surplus of the crop still in hand and there is no immediate Hope it can be moved. He urged county Farmers not to consider turning to red peppers As Money crop in an Effort to utilize waste land. It is an expensive proposition to Start into the red Pepper Busi Brunson said. He added hat the inexperienced grower usually has his first loads of the crop rejected because of failure to meet the stiff requirements of the Federal food and drug Laws. Brunson said he advised every one against planting red Pepper in 1954 who does t have a contract with a Strong marketing Organiza Tion. Arm drainage cover crops Pas Ture development and Woodland improve mint. Is y complexions Don t have itching Bur nine acne ease the itch promote Healing fast with Black and White ointment clean with Black and White skin soap. My neighbor said Only u Orth of Smith Douglass fertilizer bought him a new car yield Worth More than Smith Douglass fertilizers save enough with Butler to buy fixtures and equipment. Butler steel buildings make your building dollars go farther. You can get the space you need for your business and Cut up to 47 per cent off your investment. This Means capital savings that can pay for your fixtures and equipment. Call or write now Well give you a set of plans a ice that explain Why you see so Many ice Butler buildings sold and erected by Stanley Smith sons 1950 Gervais St., Columbia s. C. Phone 3-8146

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